Madam, – I was very sorry to hear of the death of Merv Rolfe (Tributes to former city Lord Provost, Courier, March 1) and it reminded me of an important role he played 25 years ago.
A popular Monifieth pub which closed its doors unexpectedly last week is set to re-open under new ownership.
Madam, – For the past five years, the entire political debate has been dominated by broadly constitutional issues, namely Scottish Independence and then Brexit.
Experts in cyber security at Abertay University have developed unique software to create passwords made of images instead of words.
Madam, – I write with regard to the article on vandalism across Angus in which Kirstene Hair MP gave comment (Anti-social crime soaring in Angus, Courier, March 18).
Madam, – We refer to your article where Pete Wishart MP, was calling for a university for Perth (Politician backs university calls, Courier, April 8).
A Jewish group is to sell its Dundee base and move to St Andrews as it cannot afford to maintain its synagogue.
Madam, – In reference to your article “Let jobless pick fruit, say worried farmers” (Courier, April 29).
Visitors to Dundee can learn the story of the city's history through an audio guide launched at the McManus museum.
Pumpkins, red deer, tattie vodka and New Zealand dairy cows will be up for discussion at an event for new or aspiring farmers later this month.